kevin lyda wrote:
> i didn't really think that was true. "mincer" isn't used much in the
> states afaik. if i had to guess i would think it would be a slang word
> for a gay man. i'll have to ask a friend over there.
You never wondered about the owl and the pussycat? How they dined on
mince and slices of quince? What the hell a runcible spoon is?
(entering seamless link mode...)
I really enjoyed the edward lear book I had as a sprog. And speaking of
books, I've beeen looking for somewhere to buy them, and I'm open to
suggestions. fatbrain.com is my vendor of choice, but they're pretty bad
at things that a) aren't scientific and b) aren't published in the
states. I'm looking for someone with a decent stock level so I don't
ahve to wait weeks, and ideally someone with no patents on one-click
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